During the coronavirus pandemic, the team at Ajuda Training will continue to supply learning and development opportunities to our customers in the form of online events and webinars on a range of topics! Since May, we have put on a rage of different events around Mental Health & Wellbeing including Youth and Adult Mental Health, Inclusion, Suicide Prevention and much more.
We plan to continue delivering these free webinars to support our customers and keep them motivated and learning during this difficult time. Our online events are run on Zoom and we have grown a wonderful community of viewers over the past few months.
Read more about our upcoming and past events here, and to view some of our past online webinars, you can join our Facebook Group here where we regularly post clips from our past online events to our community of over 1,000 mental health & wellbeing professionals.
Do you have a particular topic you want covered, or are you part of an organisation who would like to provide a talk? Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
4th February, 10am – 12pm on Zoom
February 1st -7th is Children’s Mental Health Week, join our webinar where we’ll explore different issues surrounding young people’s mental health and wellbeing from both a school and home setting. The theme is “Express Yourself"
– Jenni Cole and Ase Greenacre: Kids – Covid and Change
– Dr Geoff James Structured kindness – being Solutions Focused in Schools
– Ajuda– Youth Mental Health First Aid Basics
4th March, 10am – 12pm on Zoom
Eating Disorders Awareness Week is 1st-7th March, which is an international awareness event, fighting the myths and misunderstandings that surround anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder and EDNOS.
In a YouGov survey conducted for EDAW, more than one in three adults (34%) in the UK, who gave an answer, could not name any signs or symptoms of eating disorders.
Jo Whitfield, National Officer for BEAT Charity
Samantha Crilly – Hope with Poetry
8th April, 10am – 12pm on Zoom
April is Stress Awareness Month, and for our April webinar we are focusing on improving workplace mental health and wellbeing by raising awareness of stress and ways of tackling stress at work.
- In 2020, of British adults in employment – a staggering 79% commonly experience work-related stress. This is 20% higher than 2018’s findings
- Just 1% of UK employed adults say they ‘never’ experience workplace stress, while 17% ‘rarely’ experience stress of this kind
- ‘Work-related office politics’ (37%) are the most common cause of work-related stress, followed by ‘lack of interdepartmental communications’ (34%), and ‘the work performance of others’ (33%)